Professional practices often require specialist and tailored legal advice to inform and assist their decision-making processes.
Our understanding of the changing nature and dynamics of the professional services sector, from structures such as LLPs or incorporations to mergers and joint ventures, enables us to provide advice and insight that extends beyond the routine aspects of business.
We advise professional service industry clients on a wide range of topics including:
Our clients include architectural practices, surveyors, accountants, lawyers, recruitment consultants, management consultants and investment consultants.
They are consistently proactive in their approach, providing solutions rather than problems to complex issues. They seem to have a natural ability to go straight to the heart of any issues, analyse the situation and provide very good advice.
The practice is noted for “the way in which a single partner is careful to take care of the quality of the work and ensures that the relative specialists perform their work to a consistently high standard”.
Simon Brew of Fladgate LLP is noted for his commerciality and works with both claimants and defendants from a range of professions.
The ‘professional’ team at Fladgate LLP has ‘good commercial awareness’. The group acts for high-net-worth individuals and companies in claims against solicitors, accountants and construction professionals, and handles defence work for clients including Deloitte and the Medical Defence Union. It is representing a family trust in a claim against a firm of solicitors pertaining to the loss of opportunity to invest in property. Professional negligence head Simon Brew is ‘very knowledgeable’ and dispute resolution head Simon Ekins is ‘excellent’. Janet Keeley, Sophia Purkis, Jonathan Hibberts and Digby Hebbard are also noted.